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Green Grants


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*NOW ACCEPTING GREEN GRANTS APPLICATIONS FOR 2022*

Submission deadline is March 31, 2022

 

What is Green Grants?

The City's Water Quality Program (WQP) has created the Green Grants Program for property owners who seek to improve water quality and/or go beyond their Stay-on-Volume (SOV) requirement for a green infrastructure (GI) redevelopment or retrofit project.

The grant will provide businesses, institutions and other non-single family residential customers partial funding for the design and construction of green infrastructure projects on private properties.

    Some examples of green infrastructure are, but are not limited to:
  • Bioretention
  • Pervious Pavement
  • Green Roofs
  • Tree Trenches/boxes
  • Reduced Impervious Surfaces
  • Capture and Reuse
  • Naturalized Basins

Objectives:

  • To increase water quality of Chattanooga's local waterways by focusing efforts on existing sites that currently have no water quality control measures
  • To foster community stewardship and enthusiasm for green infrastructure
  • To spark interest of property owners to invest in green infrastructure retrofits

Eligibility:

  • Green Grants is available to property owners of privately owned commercial, industrial, institutional, or multi-family residential properties within Chattanooga City limits
  • City staff will evaluate applications. Projects will be evaluated based on criteria listed in the Green Grants program outline 
  • Government and government-required projects are not eligible to participate in this program

How do I apply?

  • Download the Green Grants Program Outline below, and fill out the application within
  • Email the application to ChattanoogaWQ@chattanooga.gov with "Green Grants Application" in the subject line 

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